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ADA and City Government Common Problems + ADA Accessible Stadiums


Quiz Questions

1.City governments facilities are protected by a “grandfather” clause from having to comply with the requirements of Title II of the ADA.
True
False
2. City governments have no duty to make changes to historically significant buildings and facilities to improve accessibility for people with disabilities.
True
False
3. Drinking fountains must accommodate people who use wheelchairs and people who stand but have difficulty bending or stooping. Half of the units must be wheelchair accessible and the others must accommodate standing users.
True
False
4. At least fifty percent of the entrances must not be accessible. Those that are accessible must have signs that direct the public to the nearest accessible entrance.
True
False
5. When audible communications are integral to the use of a stadium, assistive listening systems are required for people who are hard of hearing.
True
False

Accessible stadium:

6.Wheelchair accessible seating is required. At least one percent of the seating must be wheelchair seating locations. Each wheelchair seating location is an open, level space that accommodates one person using a wheelchair and has a smooth, stable, and slip-resistant surface.
True
False
7.Accessible seating must be an integral part of the seating plan so that people using wheelchairs are not isolated from other spectators or their friends or family.
True
False
8.A companion seat must be provided next to each wheelchair seating location. The companion seat is a conventional seat that accommodates a friend or companion.
True
False
9.Wheelchair seating locations must be provided in all areas including sky boxes and specialty areas.
True
False
10. City governments often do not provide necessary curb ramps to ensure that people with disabilities can travel throughout the city in a safe and convenient manner.
True
False